Tesla CEO Elon Musk was on Twitter again, this time calling out Daimler following the company’s announcement that it would invest $1 billion in its Alabama plant to manufacture its upcoming electric vehicles. Musk tweeted that Daimler should invest much more, and today it responded directly to him by saying it would.…
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Imagine the Quidditch game from the world of Harry Potter, but with normal people throwing trash out of their cars.
Hot off the reveal of the 3 Series-rivaling 2018 Genesis G70, the company’s CEO has boldly announced that Genesis has no interest in developing a high-performance sub-brand for its luxury cars like many of its rivals due to the imminent threat of electric car performance.
Why do people love going to the Ocean City meet every year, and why do the people of Ocean City hate them so much?
It’s kind of hard to imagine a time when there wasn’t some basic law and order on the streets, but this snapshot video from the 1930s is a perfect display of just how random and unpredictable the various traffic signals across America could be before we established the standardized system of today.
H20i, the annual car show in Ocean City, Maryland that Jalopnik declared the most ticketed car show in America just last year, has been postponed until 2018, according to event organizers.
Chris Bangle was gladly talking shit about one, or possibly all, of the major automakers during the Frankfurt Motor Show this past week, but that overshadowed one very important detail: he’s finally working on another car for a mystery company and claims it was so liberating it made one designer physically sick.
The Takata airbag recall is the largest automotive safety recall in history. It’s almost guaranteed that either you or somebody you know has owned a car with a Takata airbag inflator. Here’s a video that explains what’s so dangerous about them, and why it should terrify you.
“Hi, I’m Lana Del Rey. If you or a loved one has been seriously hit like lightning by the Ford Mustang, I want you to know that there is help.”
This is the Borgward Isabella Concept, which is a prospective electric car that will probably never be manufactured. The company used it as a platform to talk about all of the SUVs it was flooding the European market with.
John Connor gave me a picture of it once. I didn’t know why at the time. It was very old - torn, faded. It seemed just a little sad. I used to always wonder what Porsche was thinking at that moment. I memorized every line, every curve. I came across time for you, Porsche. I love you; I always have.
Look, even I’ll admit the headline pun is a stretch.
I’m torn on which photo I like better, so I’ll drop you two from the steady hands of Michael D’Ambrosio this week, with shots of his friend’s 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider. The second one reminds me of my own personal ideal memory of the 1990s.
A ton of people in Texas have lost vehicles to Hurricane Harvey, but Chris Burns says he lost his Honda Prelude in a far more malicious way. A week after the car was almost completely buried in sand by the storm, he uncovered an Instagram post where someone bragged about completely crushing it with a truck. (UPDATE:…
BMW has been in a weird place concerning design for awhile, perhaps even decades, now. The main issue seems to be the company not being too sure how to adapt its classic kidney grille design to increasingly large vehicles. All of that has culminated in the new X7 SUV concept, which is borderline horrendous.
Earlier this week, Tesla remotely upgraded select Florida Tesla owners’ cars to expand their mileage capacity in an effort to ease and assist with Hurricane Irma evacuation efforts. The move was praiseworthy and appropriate, but at the root of the gesture lies a terrifying prospect of our automotive future.
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